It is an emblematic duo in the history of The Voice. The Fréro Delavega won the show in 2014. Since then, the two singers have separated and are living their careers on their own. Flo Delavega just talked about their split in the podcast Turn by Pauline Maria.
On the set of The Voice, in Mika’s team, we see the duo very well. Jérémy Frérot and Flo Delavega form the emblematic group Fréro Delavega. With their surfer style and their guitar, the two boys have conquered the hearts of the French, to the point of winning the show in 2014. They had already been singing together for three years and the program aired on TF1 gave a boost to their singing career. Only, the story didn’t end as well as fans hoped. In 2017, Flo Delavega having decided to leave the ship. Jérémy Frérot pursued his career as a singer alone. As for the first, it was small before returning to the front of the stage. On the occasion of the release of his book entitled On the way to dreamsthe former singer was invited to confide in the podcast Turn by Pauline Maria.
“No relationship with me”
The end of their duet turned out “very brutal” for Flo Delavega, even if she was made “gradually“. From 2015, the singer began to feel “a tension” in him, from the moment the group performed in Zeniths, he recalls. It will take him six months before he understands what is happening to him and accepts it.
“I felt a malaise, something that tugged at me, but I swept it away. I had no relationship with myself at that time as I have today, observation and analysis of this that I feel”, says Flo Delavega. Despite their two NRJ Music Awards that same year, the singer says they weren’t really connected “with Jeremy”. For him, “It was very complicated on stage. There was a natural chemistry from the beginning which was true, but in everyday life, we were not connected. We lived the aftermath of success“. Despite the sadness of the end, both singers felt liberated and had a great farewell tour!